What is Myotherapy?
Clinical Myotherapy aims to provide wholistic assessment, diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of muscular, neural and joint conditions that may arise from any sporting, overuse or workplace injuries. It also treats acute and chronic conditions such as migraines or sciatica.
A Clinical Myotherapist will use a wide range of treatment techniques including soft tissue manipulation, joint mobilisation, dry needling, cupping and exercise prescription, just to name a few.
At Melbourne Osteopathy Sports Injury Centre, our Myotherapists work in conjunction with other practitioners with the sole purpose of providing effective and efficient tailor made treatment programs. In addition to short-term pain relief, our aim is to also assist you in achieving any individual long-term health and lifestyle goals.
When should I see a myotherapist?
Do you need a referral to see a Myotherapist?
What do myotherapists treat?
- Repetitive strain injuries
- Back pain
- Neck pain and stiffness
- Tennis elbow
- Shoulder Pain
- Knee pain
- Shin splints
- Sports injuries
- Muscle aches
Where can I find out more information?
My pain is severe and I am not sure where it originates. Should I see a myotherapist or Osteopath?
If you would like to book an appointment with one of our practitioners or ask a question you can:
In order to save time at your initial consultation you can download and complete the Myotherapy New Patient form here:
New Patient Form – Myotherapy (PDF 988KB)